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Holden: Brooks' header started WC fever

ESPN FC's Steve Nicol believes Steven Gerrard's slip against Chelsea was the 2014 moment of the year, but Alejandro Moreno and Stuart Holden make a case for Mario Gotze's World Cup winner and John Brooks' emotional goal against Ghana.

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 By Uli Hesse

German cameras are capturing 1860 Munich's implosion from within

Maximilian Wittek looks on after Karlsruhe scored three goals after his opener for 1860 Munich.

As it typically does, it started so promising but ended in tears. On Saturday afternoon, one of the many teenage talents, 19-year-old Maximilian Wittek, brought 1860 Munich ahead with a fantastic left-footed strike.

The shot was perfectly timed in more sense than one, given that the club's Jordanian investor, Hasan Ismaik, who only rarely watches the team play, had just taken his seat in the stands, 25 minutes after 1860's game against Karlsruhe kicked off.

If Ismaik has spent the past few...

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U.S. forward Terrence Boyd facing months out with new knee injury

Terrence Boyd is stretchered from the field during RB Leipzig's home defeat to Ingolstadt.

United States international Terrence Boyd is facing a lengthy spell on the sidelines after tearing his anterior cruciate ligament.

The RB Leipzig forward sustained the injury during his team's 1-0 defeat at home to Ingolstadt on Sunday in Germany's second tier.

The club announced on their official website that Boyd is to undergo surgery in the coming days and faces several months on the sidelines.

United States head coach Jurgen Klinsmann discusses the integration of new players into the squad and how that may affect results in the short term.

The 23-year-old had been RB Leipzig's marquee signing when joining from Rapid Vienna in the summer,...

 By Uli Hesse

Wave of new clubs threatening Germany's old guard

Last week, Valerien Ismael was relieved of his duties, just 133 days after taking over as Nurnberg coach. Relegated from the Bundesliga in May, the club now sits in 14th place in the second division. The team are already nine points off the pace for promotion but merely two points above the drop zone.

While nobody seriously expects the tradition-laden club from Franconia to suffer another relegation, bouncing straight back up to the top flight seems highly unlikely at the moment. This isn't unusual,...

U.S. forward Terrence Boyd nets goal for RB Leipzig

U.S. attacker Terrence Boyd returned to action with German second-tier club RB Leipzig.

Terrence Boyd has returned to action with a match-winning goal in the German Cup for his side RB Leipzig. The U.S. attacker had been ruled out with a major knee injury in recent months.

The Bremen-born Boyd opened his German account on Wednesday by netting the late insurance tally for RB Leipzig in a 3-1 overtime triumph against DfB-Pokal second round visitors Erzgebirge Aue.

Boyd,...